Lindsey Graham: Republicans Likely to Take Back the House in 2020
Sen. Graham advised President Trump on winning reelection next year
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) has expressed optimism for Donald Trump in the 2020 elections and says it would be likely Republicans would regain control of the House.
Graham advised Trump to "be quiet" and show up for reelection in 2020, responding to the Democrats policies are proposing within their party.
"If I'm President Trump I'd go to Florida and show up next November and get reelected," Graham said on "Hannity" Thursday.
Graham also said Trump should allow Democrats to continue their talk of decriminalizing border crossing and free health care for illegal immigrants.
"This is insane. You know it's insane," Graham said.
Graham responded to Radical Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez calling House Speaker Nancy Pelosi a racist.
He added that Republicans were likely to take back the House in 2020
"I think Republicans are more likely to take the House because of this breakdown because there are 31 Democrats that hold congressional seats where President Trump won their congressional district," Graham said.
"What does it mean to these 31? If you cross AOC and the 'fab four' you're going to get a primary."
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"And if you vote with them you're going to lose in the general election. So the biggest beneficiary of this will be the Republican Party and President Trump because the policies these four people are pushing are so out of the mainstream."
Last month, Graham warned Democrats pushing for Trump's impeachment would only lead to his re-election in 2020.
The Democrats have been focusing on Trump's impeachment despite the conclusion of Mueller's Russia investigation showing there was no collusion.
Speaking with Fox News' Jeanine Pirro on Saturday's installment of "Justice with Judge Jeanine, Grham said:
"To my Democratic colleagues in the House, if you bring impeachment after [Special Counsel Robert] Mueller issued his report ... then it's going to blow up in your face."